FlyLow Gear Maclean Windbreaker - Men's

Tell wind to kick rocks.

Perfect for hot laps through the park this spring, the FlyLow Gear Men's Maclean Windbreaker is ready to slash slush in style. Crafted from a tough polyester fabric, this windbreaker has a DWR coating to repel passing storms and uninvited beer showers, and it boasts two zippered pockets at the front for safe storage of your phone, and maybe some road sodas of your own.

  • Polyester fabric
  • DWR coating
  • Regular fit
  • Adjustable hood
  • Front pockets
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Unanswered Question

Could it be used as a winter coat on top of a sweater in NYC type weathers?

Maclean Windbreaker Redwood/Storm

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: Large

This wind breaker is my favorite piece of clothing I'€ve gotten the last year. I'€™m really going to rant and rave about it and I'm not sorry.

To begin with the design is really nice. The combination of the redwood and storm (maroon and blue) accented by the yellow zipper, I was instantly happy with the design. I normally am really picky about clothing like this and will get multi use items, such as Gortex Rain jacket's and let it also be my windbreaker but I had to deviate for this piece. The absolute seller for me is the hood. It really brings this entire jacket together.

The fit is super light and comfortable but it really holds up to wind and light rain. I'€™ve been using this as a cover for my down jacket in Pacific Northwest rain forests, where it barely feels like it'€™s raining but before you know it you'€™re saturated. Performance in windy scenarios and light rain is top notch. I can't wait until winter to see what happens when it'€™s windy and snowing.

The jacket is so light I've been putting it in my backpack every single time I go out. A few times I pulled it from a crumpled front pocket and within a few minutes it was wrinkle free. I'm a grab and go user of clothing and rarely do I look ironed€ this jacket is the cure all for that. I've been wearing this jacket anytime it's just a little to cold for a t-shirt. Especially late in the evening in camp or around coastal towns with heavy marine layer.

The deep pockets and large hood are great design components. The first five or six times I wore this jacket I either got compliments on it or people were asking me about it. It'™s an excellent lightweight addition to your existing outdoor clothes but not only that it'€™s really comfortable and a perfect wear around town. If you'€™re going to buy anything this season I would recommend you pick this up first.

Maclean Windbreaker Redwood/Storm

Great material, fantastic color scheme

    This Flylow Gear Maclean windbreaker was better in person than online. The brownish main color online is more of a glossy copper color in person, which compliments the cornflower blue and yellow zipper wonderfully. The material is also slightly elastic, so you can comfortably put it on with other layers underneath. Overall, I am very satisfied.

    Best Windbreaker

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: L

    Packable, obscenely light-weight, great color scheme, perfect protection from the sun. This is the perfect garment for layering for all summer activities. Take it up with you to bootpack for post season shredding.

    Best Windbreaker

    Great everyday trail-to-town wind breake

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Large

    I wear this around San Francisco, especially to the beach, all the time (and get compliments on it all the time...like Dan A. said, it looks super cool). It's perfect for those warmer days with a cool breeze (lots of those in SF). I've also stuffed it into my small daypack for hikes. It folds/compresses down to a very small size. Perfect for the "just-in-case" jacket on those summer hikes.



    The material is super light, but as far as I've used it, seems very durable. Although I can't imagine it keeping me dry at all if it were to rain. When I bike home from the climbing gym in this my sweat will soak it through. Not really a big deal as I don't think this jacket is meant as a rain coat, but a windbreaker.

    Great everyday trail-to-town wind breake

    a mtb windbreaker that looks cool!!!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: lg

    Okay, so I typically only used these things in my mtb pack for nasty weather, but this one is cool looking and I found it super functional in my boat too (wake surfing rig that is). You see, just like when biking in this jacekt, I am not looking for waterproof protection since in the summer time and while exerting myself I am sweating, it is the wind break that keeps me warm, wet, but warm. I would be wet from sweat anyway. then, when you finally stop and get of the weather the Maclean dries super fast. So, the technology is not revolutionary, and oh yeah, did I mention it looks good too!

    a mtb windbreaker that looks cool!!!